Architect Frank Thornton designed the urban sanctuary known as The Bridge House in 1979. For many years it was the home of George and Mary Regas; George Regas served as rector of the All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena from 1967 until his retirement in 1995.
The 3-bedroom, 4-bath home in 3328 sq. ft. is currently (April 2016) on the market listed for sale for $1,688,000 and described in the listing as "stylish example of Modernism by the designer of the George C. Page Museum combines glass, wood & concrete into an alluring work of art. The dramatic 2 story entry w/ skylight & floating staircase is open to the dining room w/ views of the back garden, bamboo forest, rushing stream & black bottom pool/spa with waterfall. The step up living room features hardwood floors, fireplace & wet bar. The efficient kitchen features lighted cabinetry, breakfast area, laundry & an adjacent family room which opens to a patio overlooking the garden and pool area. Upstairs, a large master suite features a fireplace, mirrored wall of closets & a well-appointed bath plus a walk-in closet. There are 2 additional bedroom suites. All 3 bedrooms open to a single generous balcony overlooking the Zen like garden and water features".